Red Carpet Arrivals
It's another big Sunday night for Beyoncé! After a stealing the show at the Super Bowl, the nominee for Best Traditional R&B Performance chose a sleek on-trend black and white Osman jumpsuit. She finished the look with peep toe stilettos, a geometric bracelet, and a Swarovski clutch.
Taylor Swift walked the red carpet in a white J. Mendel column. The singer did her own manicure for the awards show, and when asked about her three Grammys nominations, she said, "I'm fine with one, but if they want to give me more than one I'm fine with that."
"They didn't say anything about the leg," said presenter Jennifer Lopez about the wardrobe restrictions that CBS released to Grammy attendees. The singer, who is working on new music, was clad in a minimalist one-shouldered Anthony Vaccarello design that showcased her bronzed glow and toned physique.
Presenter Alicia Keys showed off her enviable curves in a body-hugging black Azzedine Alaia dress, which featured stomach baring cut outs. She accessorized her look with coordinating Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Jimmy Choo heels.
"I'm not going to try and duplicate anything, I'm just going to try and stay true to myself. I was inspired by Priscilla Presley,ʺ said Katy Perry, who walked the carpet in a mint Gucci column. Perry is nominated for best solo pop performance.
Carrie Underwood hit the red carpet in a black and silver Roberto Cavalli gown and Jerome Rousseau heels. The best country song and best country solo performance nominee said, "I thought sticking with something classic and glam would be good."
"Stunning," said Rihanna of the custom Azzedine Alaia dress that she sported with Neil Lane jewelry. The singer, who was nominated for three awards this year, explained that she loved the vibrant color of the look, which she matched to her lips and nails.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Fresh off the heels of her Australian vacation with husband Keith Urban, Kidman went solid gold in a floor-length gown by Vera Wang. Urban went casual in head-to-toe black.
Adele brightened up the Grammys in a floral Valentino dress and coordinating pointy-toe heels.
Carly Rae Jepsen
"I felt like Ariel when she got her legs," Jepsen said of her glittering sequined Roberto Cavalli gown. The Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year nominee accessorized her dress with a simple gold bracelet.
Faith Hill wore a midnight blue J. Mendel dress with an embellished collar. She accented her body-skimming sheath with glossy patent heels and a classic red manicure.
Chung sweetened up the red carpet in a tea-length polka-dot dress that she teamed with silver flats and a bold red lip.
"Country music is like one big happy family," said Best Country Album nominee Miranda Lambert, who chose a dramatic Roberto Cavalli draped dress with a deep V and statement earrings.
Best R&B Performance nominee Estelle flaunted her abs in a printed two-piece ensemble paired with side-swept strands.
Ashanti chose a peek-a-boo gown with floral embroidery for the Grammys red carpet. She completed the look with a statement rings and stack of bangles.
Red carpet correspondent Kelly Osbourne wore a black cutout gown by Paule Ka. A standout ring, statement earrings and a sleek ponytail finished the look.
The E! host kicked off the night in a blush, tulle-embellished gown that she accessorized with statement rings and natural waves.
Florence + The Machine's leading lady was trendy in Pantone's Color of the Year in a sequined Givenchy gown with matching shoes from the label. "This was custom made for me," Welch said. "I feel so lucky! It's exactly the same as my eye color."
Model and MTV House of Style host Karlie Kloss wore a bold azure dress by Michael Kors with graphic cutouts.
Janelle Monae chose a body-hugging menswear-inspired ensemble, complete with a vest and embellished jacket with coat tails.
Neyla Pakarek, The Lumineers' leading lady, looked stunning in a gray metallic David Meister sheath with a loose pleated top. She completed her look with a printed clutch and peep-toe pumps.
Five time Comedy Album nominee Kathy Griffin made a statement in a black sequined floor length Oscar de la Renta design paired with palladium jewelry by Elizabeth Garvin and D'ette Delforge. She completed the look with a metallic belt and embellished box clutch.
Up-and-comer Kimbra, who is nominated with Gotye for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Somebody That I Used to Know," opted for a bejeweled number by Aussie designer Jaime Lee Major. She accented her tulle-accented gown with a classic red lip.
Rosie and Sophia Grace
Super fans Rosie and Sophia Grace were pretty in pink party dresses, tiaras, and mary jane flats as they posed for pictures on the red carpet.
Presenter Kat Dennings chose a sequined sky blue and white Vivienne Westwood cocktail dress for the red carpet. She completed her look with David Yurman jewelry and a deep red lip.
"I feel comfortable," presenter Kelly Rowland said of her form-fitting black Georges Chakra mermaid-style gown accented with sheer cutouts. She accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and a box clutch.
Little Big Town member Kimberly Schlapman accented her feathered gown by Maria Lucia Hohan with breezy curls and jewelry by Rona Pfeiffer and J. Hadley.
Singer Solange Knowles dazzled in an emerald green cap-sleeve dress and statement rings. She showed off studded neon orange heels from her a dramatic side slit.
Natasha Bedingfield arrived in a red Emerson gown with embroidered lace overlay. She paired the dress-which featured daring side-cut outs-with a gold belt and box clutch.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
Talk about one chic couple! Teigen stunned in an embellished two-piece gown by Joy Cioci, while Legend was dapper in a three-piece black suit.
Girls actress Allison Williams arrived in a beaded KaufmanFranco column gown and Stephen Webster jewelry. Allison posed for pictures with Best Pop Solo Performance nominee and pal Katy Perry.
Presenter Kaley Cuoco arrived in an embellished Amen jacket and black leather pants. She completed the non-traditional red-carpet look with a matching clutch and platforms.
Maria Menounos was pretty in pastel, opting for a pale canary dress by Gomez-Gracia. She added a pop of color with a vibrant yellow belt and gold strappy heels.
Spalding, who picked up the Best Jazz Vocal Album award for Radio Music Society, accented her printed capelet dress by Eden Diodati with statement earrings and a metallic belt.
Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town, winners of Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Pontoon," wore a black leopard print gown with a sweetheart neckline. Fairchild accessorized with a black clutch and Rona Pfeiffer and J/Hadley jewelry.